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    AdminDavidK (Experience Designer, Adobe DVA) commented  · 

    Deselecting all tracks does copy/paste to the original track, but that requires extra steps for users unless they leave all tracks deselected and never need to use track targeting for anything else. Sounds like a good solution would be to offer a new command shortcut "Paste to Original Track". Users could assign Cmd+V to it if they never want paste to respect track targeting, or they could find a different key combination for it if they wanted to retain the option of both behaviors.

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    AdminDavidK (Experience Designer, Adobe DVA) commented  · 

    Does double-clicking on the program monitor image do anything to speed up your workflow? If you have a picture in picture effect, you can park the playhead on the composited clips, then select the bottom layer on say V1, then double-click its image in the Program monitor to activate the direct manipulation controls and move or rescale the image. Select the PIP clip in the Timeline, then double-click on it in the Program monitor and it will activate its direct manipulation controls.

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